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UK Online Safety Bill returns to Parliament: Who is most at risk?

This month the UK’s Online Safety Bill will return to Parliament and the news can’t come soon enough for children and young people at risk from online harm and abuse.
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‘Representation really matters’: Why Black history should be taught in British schools

Black history in schools continues to be increasingly vital, as decolonising education and improving representation gives students a broader, more honest curriculum delving into systemic inequality.
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What can the UK Government do for access to cannabis and CBD Reform

Pointing to advancements in public health, the UK government can improve access to cannabis by altering its CBD reform.
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£1.5 million towards promoting AI for reducing carbon emissions

The UK Government has launched a new programme to support the use of AI for reducing carbon emissions.
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What are the teaching recruitment issues in the UK?

Kevin Courtney, Joint General Secretary, National Education Union, provides a special focus on teaching recruitment issues in the UK.
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The vilification of Albanian migrants: is there more than meets the eye?

Albanian migrants, boats, organised crime and blood feuds... what's the real story behind the desperate refugees that flee to the UK?
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Will Rishi Sunak reassess UK cybersecurity policies?

UK cybersecurity policies are outdated, says Illumio Director; will Rishi Sunak address the problem?
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Can the UK cope with another round of austerity measures?

As the UK prepares for its longest recession yet, amidst a cost-of-living crisis, are the government ready to help the people through its harsh austerity measures?
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Why engineering policy should be at the heart of government policymaking

Professor Nick Jennings CB FREng FRS, Chair of the Engineering Policy Centre Committee at the Royal Academy of Engineering, states why engineering policy should be at the heart of policymaking.
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G-Cloud 13 agreement goes live

Crown Commercial Service's G-Cloud 13 agreement has now been awarded and is live for customers to use.
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The UK must get serious about sugar reduction

Action on Sugar is calling for the government to start taking sugar reduction seriously for the sake of the nation's health, environment and economy,
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Demystifying the promise of mini nuclear

Mini nuclear can be a relatively safe and fast energy alternative, but the UK government needs an efficient energy strategy to lead us to net zero when using it.
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Government needs digital transformation to respond to the cost of living crisis

As the UK faces a crippling cost of living crisis, adopting digital transformation in the government could empower active problem-solving.
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COP27 is an opportunity for Rishi Sunak to ban microplastics

COP27 could be a perfect opportunity for new Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to ban microplastics in everyday products by changing manufacturing laws.
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UK councils: keeping local authorities and their residents safe and secure

UK councils must keep their systems and network infrastructures safe from harm at a time when cyberattacks are on the rise.
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What is the cost of living payment?

The cost of living payments are designed to help households in the UK cope with increased food and fuel prices and rising energy bills.
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Can the Bank of England save the day by raising interest rates?

Raising interest rates could curb rising inflation in the UK – but will this help with struggles arising from the conflict in Ukraine and the cost of living crisis?

Levelling Up White Paper: Collaboration within higher education?

David Marlow, Managing Director of Third Life Economics and a member of the Institute of Economic Development, discusses local, regional, national, global and institutional issues as a result of the Levelling Up White Paper, which could affect universities’ support for economic development.
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Animal testing: 107% rise in non-compliance of animal protection laws

Report from the Home Office’s ASRU highlights a drastic rise in cases of non-compliance with laws around animal testing and protection of animals in laboratories.
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Why government must resuscitate the UK food manufacturing industry

Guy Tullberg, Managing Director of The Tracklement Company, explains why a strong supply chain is vital to meeting rising consumer demand and keeping the UK’s food manufacturing sector in business.

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